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a city hall feud in portsmouth may turn into a legal war between the mayor and the sheriff. c0021 psimas (runs :06) 18:58:29: "you can't be preaching out of one side 18:58:35 --------------------- body cameras to promote trust in virginia beach hear what residents told police about these new instruments of accountability. --------------------- and a safer walk in the park? ((c4 6:06)) "i mean look around tell me this isn't a great place to enjoy and be outside." but at a price. what its costing for extra protection in chesapeake. but our top story tonight -- is the powerball and one-point-five billion dollars up for grabs. we're expecting those numbers to be announced, in about an hour. as soon as they do, we'll have them for you on wavy news 10 at 11. stores across the area were busy tonight. the jackpot topped out at 1-point-5-billion dollars. yes - that's billion with
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customers who hope numbers. "i would buy me a new truck first, and take care of the family a little bit. and a...probably move, retire from the shipyard. with that kind of money i can retire...19 years is enough." can retire...19 years is enough." can retire...19 years is enough." again tune into wavy news 10 tonight at 11. we'll share them, as soon as they are drawn. for some, a chance at being a billionaire means literally crossing the
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the state line in this case. this winding column of humanity came from nevada into neighboring california, waiting four hours to buy a powerball ticket. nevada home to gambling ground zero las vegas doesn't participate in the multi-state lottery. if you do hit the numbers, did you know you can buy your own private island, or maybe nine of them? we broke down some lesser known stats about the lottery on wavy-dot-com, where you'll also find the most common powerball numbers, and which states can claim the most powerball winners. tonight, we're hearing what some of you have to say about body cameras in virginia beach. police plan to start carrying them, and they want to hear your ideas about the best way to use them. 10 on your side's liz kilmer attended a meeting between police and neighbors tonight. liz, what were attended overall seemed in support of brin
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department. people had questions about cost - about when the cameras will be turned on - and off. some answers remain unknown - but police say they want community input in finalizing decisions. chief james cervera - virginia beach police dept. :12 charlie fleischman - chief james cervera - beach resident :38 anne pivotal police presentation. virginia beach officers say they're ready to join want input on how to implement them. chief today. we wanted to turn some of this information over to the public and then to say, to put a body camera on an officer is not as easy as one thinks." rather - chief james cervera says - there's a lot to consider. should citizens be told when they're being recorded? can officers turn off the cameras? those questions were presented during a community forum inside the meyera oberndorf central library. c62 fleischman 00:27:10 "i think it's important for our community for the transparency and the accountability." charlie
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v-b resident, supports bringing body cameras. he and others had questions- some wanted to know about cost. captain todd jones explained the department is hoping to purchase council. councilwoman important." c60 anne kenney "i just think it's and hiring extra people starting in january of the plan is to phase cameras in over four years -- starting in january of 2017. a second public forum is scheduled for january 23rd, 1-3 p.m. inside the law enforcement training academy - we'll post that information for you on wavy-dot-com. live in virginia beach, liz kilmer, 10 on your
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virginia beach police are investigating reports of shots fired at an apartment complex. dispatchers say they're looking for the person who may have fired the rounds at marina shores, off north great neck road. they got the call around nine tonight, and they say no one was hurt. in portsmouth, police say someone shot a woman on queen street. the shooting happened around 8:30 tonight, near the intersection of london boulevard and martin luther king freeway. medics took her to the hospital with serious injuries. police say they don't have any suspect information to share. temperatures will be bouncing around over the next 24 hours. and there may be a few things happening over the weekend that you'll want to know about. chief meteorologist don slater is with us now. don, you say there will be active weather ahead. tonight: cold! lows in the upper 20s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and warmer. highs in the low-mid 50s. wind: sw 10-15mph friday: increasing clouds with rain moving
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the upper 50s. wind: sw/ne 10-15mph. tonight: cold! lows in the upper 20s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and warmer. highs in the low-mid 50s. wind: sw the upper 50s. wind:
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obey the law. that's the message portsmouth's vice mayor has for mayor kenny wright. wright walked out of jail today. he turned himself in on a felony charge for eluding police. it all started after last night's council sheriff spotted an expired inspection sticker on wright's car, and tried to pull him over. he says the mayor lead the sheriff and police on a short chase. vice mayor elizabeth psimas shared her take on the situation with us tonight. 18:57:33: i don't think he needs to step down, but he's gonna have to follow the law and what the court tells him now.
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certainly eluded. 18:57:46 whether it's a felony or misdemeanor i don't know, but based on what i saw in the video, he didn't stop."18:57:52 back to that confrontation between mayor wright and sheriff since then, wright's lawyer says watson may have set the mayor up. when attorney michael massie watched the news last night, he tells 10 on your side: he saw the sheriff waiting to arrest the mayor in the parking garage. 05=16:00:33 "the sheriff was already there the sheriff had a mic on the sheriff said to the camera when the mayor was getting into the car once he gets how did i set him up. you had a mic on you have a camera crew there right i was going to give him a warning about the sticker. expire for 7 months" warning about the sticker. expire for 7 months" wright is scheduled to be in court on january 29th. and as we said, that incident with the mayor followed another controversy at the
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councilman bill moody paid a 15- hundred dollar fine-- for breaking a new rule that bans city leaders from talking publicly about private city matters. the mayor ignored our questions about it today- but tonight, vice mayor psimas told us-- she wasn't even aware that it was going to happen. c0021 18:52:54 "and writing a letter and five of them signing it and i had no idea it was coming -- they were doing it. in fact, i asked a question when it was presented to him-- do i still work here? do i have a job here? do i have a role here? 18:53:11 psimas also says she doesn't think council has the jurisdiction to enforce the fine. moody says he contacted the a-c-l-u. the economy was the big focus in tonight's state of the commonwealth address. governor terry mcauliffe says his adminstration has found ways to help keep the economy moving in the right direction. in 2014, financial officials predicted major budget shortfalls. that forced the governor to cut funding for local
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state programs. then in 20-15, things started looking up. this year, mcauliffe says his new budget will keep things moving ahead, even if federal funding falls through. 19;11;36 the reprieve we've received from sequestration cuts is our chance to lay a solid foundation for the type of economy we'll need when those cuts return in full force in 2 years mcauliffe encouraged the general assembly to work together over the next 60 days and make the best decisions for virginians. the governor gave his address on the same day the general assembly opened its session. 10 on your side was there as lawmakers kicked off a 60-day session in richmond. republicans control the house and senate. the governor, a democrat, enters his third year in office. the general assembly is expected to address issues like education, health care, gun control, and a big two-year budget. new tonight. less than 24 hours after iran
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sailors, the house approved a bill that gives congress more oversight of the president's landmark nuclear agreement. lawmakers went ahead with the plan, even though president obama threatened to veto the bill. iran has agreed to let inspectors monitor its nuclear program and make sure it's not creating weapons. the u-s is supposed to begin lifting sanctions as they country complies with the deal. since tuesday, we've received this video of the the u-s marines and boats iran captured. iran took the sailors into custody when allegedly drifted into its waters. a senior defense officials says tehy were heading to a u-s facility time. editor 3 seconds nats around 0:50 ringing bell some smiles and clapping at the closing bell on wall street today-- even though the trading was pretty bad. stocks dropped due sinking oil prices and other factors. the dow 500 all slumped, as much as
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the legal battles wear on -- two years after reports of a fake gang rape at u- v-a. the evidence a judge wants from the the story. hear how your tax money may be increasing security at some local parks. an updated description, as police look for a man accused of exposing
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in chesapeake, taxpayers are footing the bill for extra security at parks and community centers. the city has installed dozens of cameras over the last year --- with plans of expanding the program. new tonight 10 on your side's joe fisher joins us with a look at the cost. ((joe looklive)) tom, nicole -- more than $180-thousand-dollars. that's how much money i've learned the city has spent so far on the security cameras. the goal, they say, is two-fold: to make those who use the parks feel more safe -- and to deter against crime. ((pkg)) ((c4 6:06)) "i mean look around tell me this isn't river park there's now new technology keeping a watchful eye. the nearly 13-acre property -- and the merchandise inside the park concession stand 24/7, 365 days a year. ((c2 5:53)) "it's an added layer of
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rangers who visit our as safe as possible enjoying our parks." the city installed a similiar video system at northwest river park and all community centers. the cost roughly $20-thousand dollars a piece. parks manager kevin kaul says the cost is worth the benefit to park goers like william whipple. ((c44 21:37-21:47)) "i think the cameras that they're putting in will be fine, because of vandalism in here." ((standup)) ((c15 13:54)) "these high resolution cameras give the city a 360-degree view of the park. they can also zoom in quite a distance. the city says they've already been successful." ((c7 6:54)) "this one camera can zoom what, more than 100-feet down the park." "absolutely." that's what happened when a tractor-trailer knocked a light pole to the ground at elizabeth river park. the footage helped the city recoop $5,000 dollars in damages from the driver's insurance company. ((c2 :37)) "it also helps us if we
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park and we can go back and maybe prosecute." ((standup 2)) ((c60 30:19-30:35)) "all city parks in chesapeake are opened from sunrise to sunset. in an effort to has also installed these flash cameras that take still photographs of intruders and sound an alarm to get off the property." the motion-sensored flash cameras, a little less money at $7-thousand a piece. they've been installed at deep creek and lakeside park. in time, the city hopes to have a helpful eye from above at all 72 parks citywide. ((joe looklive)) the city of chesapeake tells me they will allocate $40-thousand dollars a year to the project for a expanded services at northwest river park. in the newsroom, i'm joe fisher, 10 on your side. in the newsroom, i'm joe fisher, 10 on your side. tonight: cold! lows in the upper 20s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and warmer. highs in the
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10-15mph friday: increasing clouds with rain moving in late. mild. highs in the upper 50s. wind: sw/ne 10-15mph. tonight: cold! lows in the upper 20s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and warmer. highs in the low-mid 50s. wind: sw 10-15mph friday: increasing clouds with rain moving in late. mild. highs in the upper 50s. wind: sw/ne 10-15mph. potential layoffs in our tonight: cold! lows in the upper 20s. wind: wsw 5-15mph.
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and warmer. highs in the low-mid 50s. wind: sw 10-15mph friday: increasing clouds with rain moving in late. mild. highs in the upper 50s. wind: sw/ne 10-15mph. tonight: cold! lows in the upper 20s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and warmer. highs in the low-mid 50s. wind: sw 10-15mph friday: increasing clouds with rain moving in late. mild. highs in the upper 50s. wind: sw/ne 10-15mph. tonight: cold! lows in the upper 20s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and warmer. highs in the
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10-15mph friday: increasing clouds with rain moving in late. mild. highs in the upper 50s. wind: sw/ne 10-15mph. tonight: cold! lows in the upper 20s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and warmer. highs in the low-mid 50s. wind: sw 10-15mph friday: increasing clouds with rain moving in late. mild. highs in the upper 50s. wind:
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after announcing potential layoffs in our area, the same company gives pink slips to workers in florida. hear why. making the case for a railroad merger. hear what's in the report, one negotiator filed today. i'm bruce rader and
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on the sportswrap...a former nfl player returns to western branch high school to bring super bowl gold. we'll visit with dre bly, also check in with the steelers injured quarter ben rothlesburger, and ocean lakes football coach chris scott joins the private sector. hows tdhat working out, find out at 10:45 on the
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ordered a young woman to turn over documents related to an alleged gang rape. in 2014, rolling stone reported the story of a woman known only as jackie. she claimed members of a fraternity raped her. later, investigators revealed her story wasn't true and rolling stone retracted the article. the judge ordered her to turn over documents as part of a lawsuit filed by u- v-a's top administrator. a canadian railroad company has released a report, justifying its attempt to buyout norfolk southern. canadian pacific says railroad mergers need to happen, so the industry can keep up with business. it says a merger would allow railroads to handle more freight without adding more tracks and rail yards. so far, norfolk southern has rejected all of canadian pacific's offers. the latest -- worth about 30-billion to norfolk southern investors. neighbors react, after police release pictures of a man accused of
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several manatees are back in the wild tonight. see the moments that amounted to years of hard
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two breaking news on the peninsula tonight first in hampton - where police are investigating a shooting. it happened around 9:20 tonight on martha lee drive. police tell us one person went to the hospital with life threatening injuries. we are working on finding out more about what happened and how that victim is doing tonight. about 20 minutes before that - newport news police tell us a 17-year-old was shot in the back just after nine at 18th street and ivy avenue. police say his injuries are considered life threatening. we are working to gather more informotion.
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station wavy tv at 11 for the latest information. tonight: cold! lows in the upper 20s. wind: wsw 5-15mph. thursday: mainly sunny and warmer. highs in the low-mid 50s. wind: sw 10-15mph friday: increasing clouds with rain moving in late. mild. highs in the upper 50s. wind: sw/ne 10-15mph. neighbors describe it as
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neighbors describe it as
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a man accused of exposing himself to several children in virginia beach. police released this video of him last night, and they're hoping you may be able to help track him down. 10 on your side's deann on two different days - one man committed a very disturbing crime. c0020 no name 14:00:26 sick. very sick. it's too bad. little children don't deserve that. 14:00:34 police believe the man in this barnes and noble surveillance video walked to the children's book section - and he exposed
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that happened on black friday. then - four days ago on january 9th - exposed himself again. this time in the toy aisle at the dollar tree in the haygood shopping plaza. c0021 14:01:28 sicko. scary beacuse what's next? you expose yourslef today and grab someone the next? it's scary. 14:01:38 police released this video hoping it will lead to an arrest. one man who works near the dollar tree says officers came looking for parking lot cameras yesterday. c0019 ron 13:58:55 they just asked if we had surveillance footage, showed me a picture of the guy but he just looked like a regular guy - but we've stopped it here to give you a better look. (1:00:12:23 seems to be a good spot to freeze and blow it up) police say he's likely 5'10 to 6' feet tall and weighs about 175 lbs. this is what he wore to barnes and noble. at dollar tree he wore a brown coat and blue jeans. he has dark hair and dark eyes. if caught he could face was like wow, okay maybe they should find
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10 on your side if you can help police find the suspect call the crime line at 1-888-lock-u-up. you never have to leave your name-- and you may earn a reward if your tip helps police make an arrest. al jazeera america is going off the air. the cable news network says it will be shutting down at the end of april, after two and a half years broadcasting in the u-s. the company blamed the economy for its decision. the qatar-based network says it wants to focus on expanding its digital presence in the u-s. one day after a local shipyard put 530 local employees on notice, they announced hundreds of layoffs in florida. b-a-e systems, which has a yard in norfolk, says it plans to lay off up to 300 jacksonville workers, by the middle of march. they blamed the cuts on low demand for shipbuilding and repair services. b-a-e says fewer navy contracts means there's just less work to go around.
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script: i'm annaka chesnutt your face of fox 43--- tickets go on sale for a star-studded music event, get all the details on one of the biggest wine festivals happening this year and see who will perform at the funny bone this weekend! saturday night live alum and tv star comedian, finesse mitchell will perform at the funny bone in virginia beach thursday through sunday evening. sot: the comedy show veteran has appeared on the tonight show, jimmy fallon and b.e.t just to name a few - make sure to get your tickets to see finesse cage the elephant, silversun pickups, bear hands and more are headed to the ted constant center this march - and tickets for the blowout event are going on sale friday! sot: you won't want to miss the 96x spring fling 2016, so get your tickets to the star-packed event before they sell out ! for more details head to fox 43tv.com wine lovers from all over are getting
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coastal virginia magazine's wine fest happening this weekend at the virginia beach convention center! specialty foods, entertainment and even a craft beer garden will be featured at the event! experience your favorite wines, neal in one spot this saturday and sunday from noon to 7pm. for more in details on your favorite events - head to fox 43 tv dot com and for a complete rundown of what's
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hrscene.com i would kill for something sweet. i know... we could have one of those. one? are you kidding? we'll end up eating like thirty. wanna split that? ughhhh...no, soooo much fat... don't fight your instincts. with each for 150 calories or less! try our chocolatey brownies, tangy lemon bars and creamy cheesecakes ber one. go on, have one. the virginia zoo is welcoming a new addition! she's a yellow-back duiker, which is part of the antelope family. zoo employees say her mom, dot, is doing a great job caring for her. they're keeping the family inside until they get established. in the wild, you can find yellow-back duikers in the african forests.
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four manatees in florida are enjoying the ocean again. local wildlife workers released three near a boat ramp in port saint john. they released a fourth in another area. one female was orphaned, and the three males had trouble dealing with the cold temperatures. staff at seaworld orlando has been caring for them, and they're finally headed home. federal officials removed manatees from the endangered species list just last week. they want to reclassify the species as "threatened" which means manatees are likely to become endangered. they say the move would not reduce protection measures currently in place. there's a public hearing to discuss that proposal next month. from ocean lakes to bishop sullivan, a new start for high school football coach chris scott. and a former super bowl champion returns to western branch high school and he was bearing gifts.
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the nfl is celebrating it's upcoming 50th super bowl in many
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